Brazilian vocalist Roberto Carlos will play to his Miami fans for one night only on Sept. 19. The decorated pop star will visit American Airlines Arena this fall as part of his 2014 concert tour celebrating more than 50 years in the spotlight. Widely considered to be the "King of Latin Music," Carlos will perform hit after hit during this Friday night show, which will be his only performance of the year in Florida.
American Airlines Arena Miami Seating Information
On the Floor Level, Section 1 will be set up immediately in front of Roberto Carlos' stage, spanning the width of the arena floor. This first section will be followed by six others on the same level, designated as Sections 2-7. Moving higher up in the arena is tiered seating in the four remaining levels of American Airlines Arena. Closest to the stage will be the Lower 100 Level, followed by a ring of Loge Boxes and Suites. Next will be the Upper 300 Level, and finally, on the rear end farthest from the stage will be the Balcony 400 Level.
American Airlines Arena Miami General Information
All attendees over the age of two must have a ticket to enter the arena on Sept. 19. Strollers can't be brought into the seating area, so you must either leave them in your car or check them at the Guest Services desk. The following items will be prohibited on the day of the Roberto Carlos concert: oversized bags, backpacks, cans, bottles, coolers, outside beverages and food, recording devices, cameras with lenses longer than six inches, and banners.
American Airlines Arena Miami Parking Information
Expect to pay for parking when you arrive at this Friday night Roberto Carlos Miami concert. There are more than a dozen lots within close walking distance of American Airlines Arena where fans should be able to find ample parking. Plan to arrive early, as all spaces will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Public transportation is also available for concert attendees.
American Airlines Arena Miami Gate Times
Roberto Carlos is expected to take the stage at 8 p.m. EST, and concertgoers should be able to enter American Airlines Arena no later than 7 p.m.